The view inside of an ATL smoking lounge...
· Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport :
To us, Atlanta's airport is the biggest and baddest when it comes to getting your nicotine fix past the security checkpoint. Each of the airport’s concourses have two smoking lounges, and you’ll immediately recognize them thanks to warning signs and the automatic glass doors. Feel free to borrow a lighter at the following places: in Concourse B near gates 7 and 24; at Concourse C near gates 16 and 26; around gates 16 and 26 in Concourse D; and in Concourse E near gates 9, 17, and 29. If you need a beer with your smoke, just visit the Budweiser Brewhouse & Smoking Lounge in the center of Concourse A..
· Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport:
Since Delta teamed up with Northwest, things have become a little less busy at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport, but they still are going strong when it comes to smoking in the airport. There’s smoking lounges in all concourses, and even a pretty convenient one slightly overlooking the runway at the back of the food court. That way you can bring your 3-way chili with you! The full service restaurants like Outback and Max & Erma’s even have smoking sections, so you can grab a steak or burger while enjoying a little personal time.
· Dulles International Airport:
Visiting the nation’s capital can be pretty stressful, especially if you’re heading to face the IRS or facing a federal hearing in front of Congress. Hopefully you’re just going to see the Washington Monument, but we recognize that you still might need to light up within the terminal. Within Dulles International Airport you’re allowed to smoke in several areas. Feed your habit within smoking lounges located in the B, C, and D gate areas, but remember that smoking is definitely not allowed anywhere else.